Firefighters responded to the Indian Summer Campground in Wimereux this Sunday evening to extinguish a fire in a mobile home. The first elements suggest a voluntary act.
This is the law of the series at the Indian summer camp in Wimereux. Fifteen days after the floods hit it, this time it was a fire that interrupted the peaceful life of the town.
Firefighters were called shortly after 6:30 p.m. to a fire in a mobile home. There are no victims, but a lot of damage was caused. According to the first elements, it could be a voluntary act. “A window was open at the back and the firefighters noticed 3 fires” explained the camp director. Police are expected at the scene.